[HackerNews] Kaseya Rules Out Supply-Chain Attack; Says VSA 0-Day Hit Its Customers Directly

U.S. technology firm Kaseya, which is firefighting the largest ever supply-chain ransomware strike on its VSA on-premises product, ruled out the possibility that its codebase was unauthorizedly tampered with to distribute malware.
While initial reports raised speculations that the ransomware gang might have gained access to Kaseya’s backend infrastructure and abused it to deploy a malicious

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